The Los Angeles Times, 7 November 2011
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7 novembre 2011
Reporting from Houston Central Oklahoma was recovering Sunday after a swarm of weekend earthquakes, including the largest in state history, buckled a highway, damaged several homes and left residents worried they may be living on an increasingly active fault.
Mary Reneau, 68, saw her home of 25 years, a two-story brick ranch house six miles northwest of Prague, Okla., battered by the quakes.
"There isn't a room in the house that hasn't sustained damage," Reneau said. "It looks like a bomb fell."
She said she had never felt an earthquake as intense during all her years in central Oklahoma, where she and her husband run a custom hay-baling business on their 440-acre ranch.